Email: osiruemueo@delsu.edu.ng

  • Area of Specialization: SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HISTORY
  • Department of History and International Studies
  • My Publications
  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2007c) Nigeria Labour Congress as Economic Bulwark of Nigeria Masses: 1999 - 2004, in journal of social and policy issues
    Vol.Vol. 3 No. 1 June Pages:

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2007c) Employee Reward System as a Factor of Effectiveness in Service Delivery in the Nigeria civil service , in journal of management & Enterprises Development
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  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2007b) Barriers of choice of Women occupation in warri metropolis in Delta State, In journal of research in national Development
    Vol.Vol. 4 No. 2 June Pages:

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2007) "Poverty of parents and child labour in Benin city, Nigeria: A preliminary account of it's nature and implications" in journal of social sciences., Indexed in international bibliography of social sciences (IBSS); DOAJ(Directory Open Access Journal)
    Vol.14 Pages: PP 115 - 121

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2005b) The Legality of Deregulating the downstream Sector of the Nigeria oil industry , In journal research in national development
    Vol.Vol. 3 No. 2 Pages: PP. 64 - 72

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2005a) The military and organised labour in Nigeria , In journal of Research and contemporary Studies
    Vol.Vol. 1 No. 2 Pages: PP. 33 - 49

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2004a) Contract Labour and Conflict in Niger Delta: An explanation of the role of the state and multinational companies in Nigeria, In pecop, journal of the Arts and Liberal Studies
    Vol.Vol. 1 No. 1 Pages: PP. 45 - 56

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2004) "Water Transportation In Precolonial Niger Delta" in people's politics and societies in precolonial Nigeria: Essays in honor of toyin falola, New Jersey African world Press, ISBN paperback
    Vol.1 Pages: Chapter 17

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2003d) Feminisation of poverty and it's Alleviation in Nigeria: An Appraisal of some government programmes , In Humanities Review Journal,
    Vol.Vol. 3 No. 2 Pages: PP. 58 - 72

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2003c) Women participation in the Nigeria trade Union Movement in Nigeria: a critique, In Journal Economic and Management Studies
    Vol.Vol. 1 No. 1 Pages: PP. 10 - 22

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2003b) The Historical Foundation of modern Labour Relations in Nigeria , In illorin Journal of History
    Vol.Vol. 1 No. 1 Pages: PP. 29 - 39

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2003) "Women's quest for political authority in Nigeria, the Barriers" in African journal of economy and society, Department of history, Ghana, University cape coast
    Vol.5 Pages: PP 15 - 25

  • Prof Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2002) Economic Integration in West Africa-: A Historical Survey, Benin city, Ethiope Pub. Corp.
      Vol.1 Pages: 155

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2001) The NLC and the politics of deregulation of petroleum products in Nigeria, In Nigerian academic forum
    Vol.Vol. 1 No. 4, Pages: PP. 192 - 198

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (2000) Culture and technological Advancement: The Nigerian Experience, In Epha Journal of religion and cultural Studies
    Vol.Vol. 3 No.3, 1 and 2 Pages: PP. 51 - 67

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (1999b) "Military Regimes and the crises in the Nigeria labour congress" in itan, journal of the department of history and international Studies, Ekpoma, AAU
    Vol.Vol. 2 No. 2 Pages: PP. 62 - 78

  • Prof Edith Odeka Osiruemu (1999a) ECOWAS and the National Economy The case of Nigeria West African Policy, In iroro
      Vol.Vol 7. Nos. 1 and 2 Pages: PP. 277 - 293

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (1993) "Labour and politics in Nigeria" in (eds), The fundamental of African History (eds), J.B. Webster and A. Nwauwa African Studies Series No 9. , Canada, Halifax, Dalhousie University,
    Vol.No 9 Pages: PP 203 - 211

  • Edith Odeka Osiruemu (1990) The 1989 Constitution and It's Constitutional Antecedents in, Constitutionalism and National Development in Nigeria; (ed), S.G. Tyoden, ibadan, National Political sciences Association
    Vol. Pages: PP 96 - 112